Portrait is one of the oldest artistic forms. By definition,it is a artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant. But when you look at these wonderful photographs made by Marcus Hausser you will be asured that he gave a new definition of portrait photography. We present to you Haussers crowded portraits.
For the last 20 years Marcus Hausser has created an established professional photographic career, which began by assisting and learning from the most renowned advertising photographers in Brazil, like Richard Kohout, Maurício Nahas, Fábio Bataglia, Rogério Miranda and Andreas Heineger. In 2002, Hausser launched himself as a freelance photographer and opened his studio(,which is located in one of São Paulo southern neighborhoods).With over 500m² it is fully equipped to promise the best images for editorials and advertising campaigns of the very highest standard.
Hausse’s work is highly awarded on the international stage. Some of his awards: Three awards at Cannes – Two Silver Lions (2007, 2009) and one Bronze Lion (2009). Two times finalist in the prestigious Conrado Wessel Award in the advertising category (2008, 2010). He is the Brazilian photographer with the most pictures (four works) published in the edition of “Lürzer’s Archive 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide – 2008/2009”. In addition to his commercial work Hausser has great passion for urban photography of a more artistic nature. Is best work is a fixed exhibition on the Nuvem de Arte Contemporânea Gallery in São Paulo.